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Puerto Rico Briefing National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program November 19, 2008 Washington D. C. Puerto Rico Briefing National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program November 19, 2008 Washington D. C.

PR Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program Team • • • Prof. Christa G. von Hillebrandt-Andrade-PRSN, PR Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program Team • • • Prof. Christa G. von Hillebrandt-Andrade-PRSN, UPRM Ms. Barbara Medina, Mitigation Program, PRSEMA Prof. Aurelio Mercado-Dept. Marine Sciences, UPRM Dr. Victor Huerfano-PRSN, UPRM Dr. Walter Diaz-Dept. Social Sciences, UPRM Dr. Jose Martinez Cruzado-Dept. Civil Engineering, UPRM Mr. Rafael Mojica-WCM, SJFO, NWS, NOAA Eng. Carlos Rodriguez-Vernix Corporation Mrs. Marie Gonzalez-FEMA, Puerto Rico office Mrs. Jeanette Lopez, PRSN, UPRM Graduate Student Wildaomaris Gonzalez PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008

Puerto Rico Funding (Sept. 2007 -Sept. 2008) • Funding Received – $156, 147 – Puerto Rico Funding (Sept. 2007 -Sept. 2008) • Funding Received – $156, 147 – NTHMP – $42, 533 – Tsunami Ready – $198, 680. 00 – TOTAL • Balance as of Nov. 10, 2008: $36, 444 • Extension until Sept. 2009 PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008

Puerto Rico Accomplishments October 2007 -October 2008 PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008 Puerto Rico Accomplishments October 2007 -October 2008 PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008

Outreach/Education • Talks at schools, government offices, medical facilities, emergency management authorities: 4, 000 Outreach/Education • Talks at schools, government offices, medical facilities, emergency management authorities: 4, 000 people • Technical and scientific presentations-GSA, SSA, AGU • Traveling Earthquake and Tsunamis exhibit at 5 Malls with Puerto Rico State Emergency Management Agency with documentary on Tsunamis in Puerto Rico: 50, 000 visitors • Tsunami. Ready Workshops-Lajas, Carolina-355 participants • Earth Science Open House focusing on Tsunamis 2007 and 2008: 4000 PK-12 students and teachers • Media: 135 radio/TV/written media Interviews PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008

 • Support as requested IOC (Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO), IOCARIBE (IOC Sub-Commission • Support as requested IOC (Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO), IOCARIBE (IOC Sub-Commission for the Caribbean and Adjacent Regions), ICG/CARIBEEWS (Intergovernmental Co-ordination Group for the Tsunami and other Coastal Hazards Warning System for the Caribbean Sea and Adjacent Regions) • December 2007 -ICG III Prep Meetings, von Hillebrandt and A. Mercado WG 1 and 2 Chairs, respectively • March 2008, ICG III Meeting, B. Medina, von Hillebrandt and A. Mercado • August 2008, Y. Soto participation in ICG Meeting on Tsunami Preparedness PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008 C. elected C.

 • Development, reproduction and distribution of education and outreach materials – Spanish Tsunami • Development, reproduction and distribution of education and outreach materials – Spanish Tsunami Brochure – Tsunami Children's Booklet – PR Tsunami DVD – Pens, Pencils, Stickers • Prepare and distribute a bilingual (English/Spanish) brochure for tourists and visitors. – Available in tourist racks throughout the island PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008

 • Support of NTHMP meetings – NTHMP Annual meeting in Hawaii – NTHMP • Support of NTHMP meetings – NTHMP Annual meeting in Hawaii – NTHMP CC meeting in Portland – NTHMP Strategic Planning Committee, Palmer – Tsunami Ready Workshop, Portland • PR Tsunami Technical Review Committee – Meeting held in Sept. 2008 PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008

Mapping and Modeling • Select and perform runs using the TIME, with which the Mapping and Modeling • Select and perform runs using the TIME, with which the 2003 PR Tsunami inundation maps were prepared, and MOST (used for SIFT) for critical sites in Puerto Rico. – A. Mercado and V. Huerfano Participation in NTHMP Mapping and Modeling workshop – In progress, graduate student has been hired. PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008

Tsunami Notification Infrastructure • Participating and performing communications tests of the Warning Centers – Tsunami Notification Infrastructure • Participating and performing communications tests of the Warning Centers – PRSN, PRSEMA participate in WCATWC monthly tests • Evaluate the feasibility and/or effectiveness of using cellular phone services, reverse 911 and 211 and NOAA Weather Radio. – Work in progress. NOAA Weather radios have been distributed to schools – Work in progress PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008

 • Establish and test protocol for the first AHAB radio to be installed • Establish and test protocol for the first AHAB radio to be installed in Puerto Rico in Mayagüez. – AHAB purchased with 50 -50 FEMA and Municipal government of Mayagüez funds – Protocol established – December 2008 a community wide drill was held PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008

Tsunami. Ready Activities • Three new communities, Carolina, Lajas and Dorado – Bilingual Tsunami Tsunami. Ready Activities • Three new communities, Carolina, Lajas and Dorado – Bilingual Tsunami Evacaution Maps – Vulnerability profiles – Emergency Response Plans – Workshops and community presentations • Pending – Rincon – Tsunami Ready Recognition of these four communities and Anasco. PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008

 • Test the strength of fiberglass signs in the laboratories of Civil Engineering, • Test the strength of fiberglass signs in the laboratories of Civil Engineering, UPRM and prepare a report. – Done. Final report in progress. • Install fiberglass signs and track the installation of to see if they are also affected by vandalism as is the case with the aluminum signs. – Pending. PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008

 • Writing and submitting an article on the Puerto Rico tsunami program to • Writing and submitting an article on the Puerto Rico tsunami program to a professional journal. – In progress • Maintaining and updating the Tsunami section of the Puerto Rico Seismic Network website (http: //redsismica. uprm. edu) PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008

Synergistic Activities • NSF TSUNAMOS Project. Tsunami modeling in the U. Oregon wave basin Synergistic Activities • NSF TSUNAMOS Project. Tsunami modeling in the U. Oregon wave basin and outreach focusing on ports authorities • NSF, Sea Grant, UPRM Puerto Rico Disaster Decision Support tool with Tsunami Module • FEMA for Kids project, hands on workshop with 4 th grade children, 1 of 7 stations on tsunamis • NOAA support for strengthening the operations of the PRSN and the Caribbean Tsunami Warning System • NOAA Tsunami. Ready-develop questionnaire on tsunami preparedness (done) • PRSEMA support for the PRSN to operate 24 x 7 and strengthen outreach and education program PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008

Challenges • Overextended local emergency management personnel-hurricanes, flooding, terrorism, day to day emergencies/situations • Challenges • Overextended local emergency management personnel-hurricanes, flooding, terrorism, day to day emergencies/situations • Lack of 24 x 7 reception and dissemination capabilities in communities • Elections and substantial change of government in Puerto Rico at the state and local level • Economic situation of Puerto Rico and the US PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008

Puerto Rico FY 09 Funding Request Task (Activity) Name NTHMP Performance Metric(s) (from Strategic Puerto Rico FY 09 Funding Request Task (Activity) Name NTHMP Performance Metric(s) (from Strategic Plan) Supported Amount of Requested Funds Task 1. Participate in, promote and support regional and national NTHMP meetings and activities Successful execution of NTHMP tsunami mapping, modeling, mitigation and education efforts. 90% of action items from Sub-Committee meetings will be completed within one year of being assigned. $25, 000 Task 2. Regenerate tsunami inundation maps for Puerto Rico (20092012) Tsunami Inundation Maps that support informed decision making in tsunami threatened communities NTHMP maps will meet established guidelines by 2012 $50, 000 PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008

Puerto Rico FY 09 Funding Request Task (Activity) Name NTHMP Performance Metric(s) (from Strategic Puerto Rico FY 09 Funding Request Task (Activity) Name NTHMP Performance Metric(s) (from Strategic Plan) Supported Task 3. Development and distribution of GIS based bilingual Spanish/English evacuation maps for Aguada, Isabela and Cabo Rojo 100% of tsunami evacuation maps posted to NTHMP web-based repository by 2012. Assess the number of tsunami threatened communities through a scientific validation process, requiring tsunami evacuation maps. $45, 000 Task 4. Strengthen tsunami education in K-12 , including establishing inventory of educational resources, including text books. Explore the feasibility of integrating tsunamis more into K-12 education. Integrate tsunami information into K-12 education through at least one state pilot project by 2011. Education toolkits and curricula for educators electronically accessible by 2009. $70, 000 PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008 Amount of Requested Funds

Puerto Rico FY 09 Funding Request Task (Activity) Name NTHMP Performance Metric(s) (from Strategic Puerto Rico FY 09 Funding Request Task (Activity) Name NTHMP Performance Metric(s) (from Strategic Plan) Supported Amount of Requested Funds Task 5. Train a corps of emergency managers in using and strengthening the Disaster Decision Support Tool developed for PR. Develop decision support tools for the emergency responders to better visualize and plan for potential tsunami impacts. $20, 000 Task 6. Facilitate Tsunami Education, Preparedness and Outreach events. Facilitate educational events. Drive annual tsunami table-top exercise to ensure response plans to tsunamis are integrated and effective by 2010. $20, 000 Task 7. Development, reproduction and distribution of tsunami educational materials, including PR media toolkit. Develop and distribute tsunami education products for the tourist community. Develop a Puerto Rico tsunami media toolkit $60, 000 PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008

Puerto Rico FY 09 Funding Request Task (Activity) Name NTHMP Performance Metric(s) (from Strategic Puerto Rico FY 09 Funding Request Task (Activity) Name NTHMP Performance Metric(s) (from Strategic Plan) Supported Amount of Requested Funds Task 8. Conduct an island wide survey of tsunami preparedness Conduct evaluation to determine the effectiveness of tsunami education products and programs. Task 9. Establish inventory of tsunami-threatened critical facilities and communities and their emergency response and hazard mitigation plans. By 2012, increase percentage of the tsunami threatened critical facilities and communities which include tsunamis in their emergency response plan. Asses the number of tsunami threatened communities by 2012. Inventory each NTHMP state and federal partner mitigation activities. $10, 000 Task 10. Establish 3 more Tsunami. Ready communities. Workshops, vulnerability profiles, signage, tsunami drills. Increase the number of recognized Tsunami. Ready communities from 57 in 2008 to 105 by FY 2013 $80, 000 PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008 $110, 000

Puerto Rico FY 09 Funding Request Task (Activity) Name NTHMP Performance Metric(s) (from Strategic Puerto Rico FY 09 Funding Request Task (Activity) Name NTHMP Performance Metric(s) (from Strategic Plan) Supported Task 11. Participate in monthly communication tests of the Tsunami Warning Centers and in an end to end communication tests. Increase percentage of response from primary recipients to the monthly TWC communication tests. Conduct and end to end communications test of the US Tsunami Warning System. Task 12. Maintain and improve local tsunami warning and reception capabilities. 3 AHAB systems, NOAA weather radios, or alternate mechanisms and establish and test protocol. Develop a needs inventory of local warning dissemination capabilities. Develop a needs inventory of local warning reception capabilities. $300, 000 Task 13. Support tsunami preparedness for the 2010 Central American Games in Mayaguez and Western PR (35, 000 visitors expected) A culture of tsunami preparedness and response Effective and reliable warning dissemination to threatened citizens and visitors $50, 000 Total Amount of Requested Funds $10, 000 $850, 000

Thank you PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008 Thank you PR Component of NTHMP Briefing, Nov. 2008